Copper.co announced that it has onboarded Carly Nuzbach Lowery as its Chief Legal Officer, effective immediately.

In an article shared with Finance Magnates, Carly Nuzbach Lowery, a legal representative with more than twenty years of experience working with the Fintech industry, has been chosen by Copper.co, a digital asset custody and trading infrastructure provider, as its Chief Legal Officer, effective immediately.

Copper intends to offer a gateway to the crypto market for institutional investors by providing prime brokerage, custody and settlements services over four hundred and fifty digital assets and above four hundred and fifty exchanges. Also, the appointment comes at a time when there has been an increase in scrutiny from regulators consequently a number of crypto firms have been looking to strengthen their legal ranks.

Additionally, Copper has made a number of hires in recent times and has appointed Sabrina Wilson, the previous Citi and Deutsche Banks MD as its Chief Operating Officer.

Checking Out Lowery’s Vocational Background

Prior to the announcement, Coinbase appointed Lowery as its Associate General Counsel, International in October 2020, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Lowery also served as Senior Legal Counsel at Uber for more than two years.

Earlier on, she fulfilled the role of Legal Counsel for Barclays Corporate & Investment Bank. Over the course of more than three and a half years, he worked on contentious regulatory litigation, investigations and enforcement as well as dispute resolution.

In February 2014, she joined Boies Schiller Flexner LLP as an Associate. Here, she focused on contentious regulatory litigation and dispute resolution for just under a year.

She also spent around seven years as an Associate at Linklaters commuting between London and New York. She also worked on contentious regulatory litigation and dispute resolution during this time.

The World Bank – ICSID recruited her as a Legal Intern in the summer of 2006. For six months, she invested her time in investor-state arbitration.

Her first known position was as a Law Clerk & Legal Assistant for Shearman & Sterling LLP in 2002.

Reflecting on the announcement, Dmitry Tokarev, the Chief Executive at Copper.co, said:

“With experience liaising with regulators and market participants across crypto markets globally, a background in traditional finance, and a deep understanding of the unique challenges and pace of disruptive innovation in highly regulated markets, Carly is a perfect fit for us.”

Copper.co announced that it has onboarded Carly Nuzbach Lowery as its Chief Legal Officer, effective immediately.

In an article shared with Finance Magnates, Carly Nuzbach Lowery, a legal representative with more than twenty years of experience working with the Fintech industry, has been chosen by Copper.co, a digital asset custody and trading infrastructure provider, as its Chief Legal Officer, effective immediately.

Copper intends to offer a gateway to the crypto market for institutional investors by providing prime brokerage, custody and settlements services over four hundred and fifty digital assets and above four hundred and fifty exchanges. Also, the appointment comes at a time when there has been an increase in scrutiny from regulators consequently a number of crypto firms have been looking to strengthen their legal ranks.

Additionally, Copper has made a number of hires in recent times and has appointed Sabrina Wilson, the previous Citi and Deutsche Banks MD as its Chief Operating Officer.

Checking Out Lowery’s Vocational Background

Prior to the announcement, Coinbase appointed Lowery as its Associate General Counsel, International in October 2020, according to her LinkedIn profile.

Lowery also served as Senior Legal Counsel at Uber for more than two years.

Earlier on, she fulfilled the role of Legal Counsel for Barclays Corporate & Investment Bank. Over the course of more than three and a half years, he worked on contentious regulatory litigation, investigations and enforcement as well as dispute resolution.

In February 2014, she joined Boies Schiller Flexner LLP as an Associate. Here, she focused on contentious regulatory litigation and dispute resolution for just under a year.

She also spent around seven years as an Associate at Linklaters commuting between London and New York. She also worked on contentious regulatory litigation and dispute resolution during this time.

The World Bank – ICSID recruited her as a Legal Intern in the summer of 2006. For six months, she invested her time in investor-state arbitration.

Her first known position was as a Law Clerk & Legal Assistant for Shearman & Sterling LLP in 2002.

Reflecting on the announcement, Dmitry Tokarev, the Chief Executive at Copper.co, said:

“With experience liaising with regulators and market participants across crypto markets globally, a background in traditional finance, and a deep understanding of the unique challenges and pace of disruptive innovation in highly regulated markets, Carly is a perfect fit for us.”